Monthly Archives: July 2014


Business Impact Assessment: Steps & Best Practices

Some events like power station issues, hardware failure, network failure, or network intrusion may be within your control and can be prevented by having a plan in place. Other events like natural disasters or a backhoe operator who accidently severs power or network lines would be out of your control. According to research, 40% of downtime is related to power Continue Reading...

How To Protect Your Company Against Big Network Risks

It is important to acquire and maintain an effective IT environment that can adapt to your company’s growing demands and changing needs. In many small and mid-size businesses, current IT systems may not be up-to-date or easy to manage, which sets the stage for potential problems down the road. Some critical components of an effective IT infrastructure include servers, storage Continue Reading...

Have you checked your firewall lately?

Your celebrating a big milestone – 5 years ago you moved into your new offices.  Your business was growing and needed new space.  You ordered an Internet connection from your local Internet Service Provider (ISP) that seemed sufficient for your needs at that time.  They told you to purchase a firewall/router for the new service, so you went and picked Continue Reading...